Brittany Tarufelli, Ph.D.
Brittany Tarufelli is an applied microeconomist studying relationships between public policy, energy markets, and the environment. Her research evaluates the ongoing transition to clean energy, focusing on interactions between sub-global environmental policies and energy market designs.
As a PhD candidate, Brittany served in the Office of Energy Policy and Innovation at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC).
Brittany holds a PhD in Economics from the University of Wyoming, an MS in Business Economics from the University of Amsterdam, and a BS in Financial Analysis from the University of Louisiana.
Prior to her doctoral studies, Brittany worked at "Big 4" accounting firms as a strategy and management consultant in four nations.
Ph.D., Economics, University of Wyoming
M.S., Business Economics, University of Amsterdam
B.S., Financial Analysis, University of Louisiana, Shreveport
Environmental and natural resource economics
Published and Working Papers